Kohinoor Diamond History in Hindi: Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II (Queen Elizabeth II) died on Thursday at the age of 96. Elizabeth ruled Britain for 70 years. Elizabeth’s name is included in the longest reign in the world. Queen Elizabeth has ruled Britain since 1952. The world’s most expensive property is named after Elizabeth. Elizabeth also had many expensive cars, palaces and jewelry. One of which is the crown, which Elizabeth used to wear on special occasions.
Now many questions are being raised about this crown. Because the Kohinoor diamond was inlaid in this crown. Now after the death of Elizabeth, many questions are arising in the minds of the people about the Kohinoor diamond adorned in her crown. After all, whose diamond will be now and what will happen to this diamond now? In fact, the Kohinoor diamond in the crown of the Queen belongs to India. This crown of the Queen is also studded with a 105-carat Kohinoor diamond. Apart from this, 2,867 diamonds have been installed in this crown. The crown has a silver mount studded with diamonds and richly cut.
Apart from this, the colored gems studded in it include sapphires, emeralds and pearls. Its weight is about 1.28 kg and this crown is studded with many old and prized gems. Let us tell you that it includes sapphires to rubies of Edward the Black Prince, pearls of Elizabeth I and diamonds of Cullinan II. In fact, since the death of Elizabeth II, Kohinoor has been trending continuously on Twitter and people are asking many questions about it. Actually people want to know whether this crown will be handed over to the next Queen?
Now on whose head will this crown be?
Britain’s new Queen will now be the Duchess of Cornwall Camilla, the eldest son of Elizabeth II and wife of Prince Charles, the first in line. After the death of Queen Elizabeth, now Prince Charles will also become king. Let us tell you that Queen Elizabeth announced this year that Duchess Camilla will also be given the title of Queen if Prince Charles becomes King. In such a situation, it is being speculated that Camilla will be handed over the crown along with Kohinoor during the coronation of Prince Charles.
How did Kohinoor reach Britain from India?
About 800 years ago a shining stone was found in India, which was named Kohinoor. Actually the Kohinoor diamond is one of the largest diamonds in the world. The crowning of Queen Elizabeth, which is being talked about, was made in 1937 for the coronation of King George VI. Actually it is said that it was found in the Golconda mine of India. In 1849, when the British colony came to Punjab, it was presented to the Queen by the last Sikh ruler, Dalip Singh.
Not only this, the crown of the Queen also includes a large stone gifted to Queen Victoria by the then Sultan of Turkey in 1856. In fact, he gave this gift to show his gratitude to the British army in the Crimean War. Let us tell you that the value of this crown of Queen Elizabeth has always been estimated, because the only estimate of its value can be estimated from the amount of gems and jewelery studded in it. It is said that the cost of this crown of the queen is about 3600 crores and the cost of the entire set is said to be 4500 crores.